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Recent Press Releases

New Credit Suisse research on the benefits of diversity for companies and shareholders

23rd September 2014

On September 23, The Credit Suisse Research Institute launched “The CS Gender 3000 – Women in Senior Management” report which revisits a topic first written about two years ago (“Gender Diversity and Corporate Performance”) on diversity and the structure of corporate boards.

Is gender diversity to the benefit of all stakeholders? In this report, Credit Suisse extend their analysis of board structure and corporate performance to consider senior management representation, introducing… Read Full

The 30% Club Executive MBA 2014 Scholarships – Henley, Oxford SAÏD and London Business Schools

As part of the 30% Club’s broadening focus on all levels of the pipeline, we are delighted to have partnered with 3 leading UK business schools, Henley, Oxford SAÏD and London Business Schools to offer 3 fully-funded 30% Club scholarships on an Executive MBA course, including Oxford SAÏD’s world-class rated Executive MBA.

We have renewed our relationship with Henley Business School, and the 30% Club Henley MBA scholarship is now in its… Read Full

The 30% Club Partners with London Business School to encourage Female Executive Development

12th August 2014

LBS to offer Senior Executive Programme scholarship worth £30k

The 30% Club has teamed up with London Business School (LBS) to launch a full scholarship aimed at women in leadership positions with C-Suite potential. This scholarship is part of a growing 30% Club initiative to increase the progression of women to senior executive positions by encouraging more females to undertake academic professional development. Current research indicates a much higher proportion of… Read Full

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